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  • noun In embryology, that portion of an embryo not yet differentiated into endoderm and mesoderm proper. Same as mesentoderm.

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  • noun biology An embryonic blastomere that has not yet differentiated into mesoderm and endoderm

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  • Figure 9.3 is an illustration of the genetic regulatory system that turns on the genes that control the construction of a tissue called the endomesoderm in sea urchins.

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  • Figure 9.3 is an illustration of the genetic regulatory system that turns on the genes that control the construction of a tissue called the endomesoderm in sea urchins.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • Figure 9.3 is an illustration of the genetic regulatory system that turns on the genes that control the construction of a tissue called the endomesoderm in sea urchins.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • Figure 9.3 is an illustration of the genetic regulatory system that turns on the genes that control the construction of a tissue called the endomesoderm in sea urchins.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • Although work is tentative and is continuing, the number of protein factors known to be involved in the gene regulatory network for B cell differentiation is similar to the number involved in the endomesoderm kernel about ten.36 The authors comment:

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  • FIGURE 9.3 Schematic drawing of a developmental gene regulatory network for sea urchin endomesoderm.

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  • FIGURE 9.3 Schematic drawing of a developmental gene regulatory network for sea urchin endomesoderm.

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  • Kernels in general can be expected to have a degree of complexity similar to that for sea urchin endomesoderm, so we can infer that other kernels also were designed.

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  • Kernels in general can be expected to have a degree of complexity similar to that for sea urchin endomesoderm, so we can infer that other kernels also were designed.

    The Edge of Evolution

  • Although work is tentative and is continuing, the number of protein factors known to be involved in the gene regulatory network for B cell differentiation is similar to the number involved in the endomesoderm kernel about ten.36 The authors comment:

    The Edge of Evolution

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